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    3g memory chips ???

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    ok I upgraded to the 8320 curve and when I did they asked me if I wanted the 2 or 3gm memory, I said 3, it was 40 bucks more. Ok now I have a box with 2 chips in it and I have no clue what they are for or what to do with them.

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    blondee,

    Are they microSD cards? Never heard of a 3gb one.

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    Ah, I think maybe you're talking about a SIM card here, sorry. What color are the cards/chips?

    Either way, please let us know!

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    that sounds about right

    I have them home in the box, thats probably right, so what are they and how do I use them. I know they put one in the phone ..somewhere and the other two are home in the box

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    LOL! What sounds about right? Media card or SIM card?

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    its not a sim card, they are black micro chips

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    Ah, okay, then you'll want to go through this thread. Those instructions are for a Pearl, but the theory is the same.

    Since the memory on our devices is somewhat limited depending on the themes, 3rd party applications, etc we all like to play with, you are able to install and utilize a media card to store such things as music, videos, pictures, documents, ringtones, etc. You can even store applications on a media card, however you cannot run them from there.

    At any rate, the media card is basically a storage device for the aforementioned items!

    If you go into Options>Media Card, you can see the settings for the card there and change as desired. To utilize the card, turn Media Card Support on, Mass Storage Mode Support should be on and Auto Enable Mass Storage is best set to Prompt. This is for when you connect the device to the PC via the USB cable, enabling you to drag and drop media from the PC to the card.

    Hope this helps!

    Roger

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    Yup what Roger said!

    BTW congrats on the new purchase! It'll be a night and day difference from your 8700.

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    you guys are just awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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